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Add autocomplete="off" attribute to ../util/login.aspx page

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How can we add the autocomplete="off" attribute to UserName and Password input fields in the /util/login.aspx page.

Thanks in advance.

#275588
Mar 03, 2022 13:26
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I think it's easier to create your own login page than to modify the existing one: https://world.optimizely.com/blogs/Daniel-Ovaska/Dates/2016/6/creating-a-custom-login-page/

#275589
Mar 03, 2022 13:49
Kumar - Mar 03, 2022 14:45
Already we have implemented a login page but /util/login.aspx page input box autocomplete="on" attribute violating the security.
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autocomplete="off"

#275714
Mar 05, 2022 21:39
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autocomplete="off"

#275715
Mar 05, 2022 21:39
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Hi Kumar

Can you modify Login.aspx file directly stored under "modules\_protected\CMS\CMS.zip\Util\" and checked in the changes?

#275791
Mar 06, 2022 23:27
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